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Media Times | CMFR

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Media Times is an annual magazine which contains the findings of the Center for Media Freedom & Responsibility’s (CMFR) journalism review on media and press performance.

Formerly released as the bimonthly PJR Reports, journalism review continues to serve as a forum on the press and issues affecting journalism, engaging not only members of the press but also the larger community of stakeholders, government and business, the academe, and civil society. Designed as a special yearend volume, it will continue to promote responsible journalism by conducting media monitoring, encouraging self-regulation through peer review, and generating reports and analyses of media practice as well as providing news about the press itself.

The once-a-year publication will be based on the findings of the media monitor, content and case analyses which CMFR will continue to upload regularly on the CMFR website. It will contain the same features as the digital pages, but will also serve as an annual review of the most significant political and social developments of the past year through the special prism of media coverage.

CMFR will make Media Times available by December of each year.

Reporting the Zamboanga Crisis:
Confused and Confusing

Reporting Suicide:
Hardly Painless

‘Media Mogulry’ Redux

By The Numbers
Attacks and Threats Against The Press

Media-related Bills:
Legislators Differ on the Role of the Press

‘Digital Revolution’ in the Philippines:
Ready For Take Off

Media Convergence:
It All Began Online

From Lolas to Apos:
A Brave New Digital World

Media Power Today

In Fits and Starts
Year Five of the Trial

2014 Impunity in Crimes Against Journalists

Controversy Strikes
The Iloilo Convention Center

Prone to Political Spin

Reporting PDAF and DAP
Accountability Through Information

Celebrity Senators Arrested

Reporting Peace
Writing the First Draft of History

Community Press
Error Passed on and Amplified

Crime in the News

After Yolanda
Four Months of Recovery
One Year of Rehabilitation

How did Media Become Independent
(In the Advertising Sector, that is)

Outdoor Advertising, Where to?
Here, There and Everywhere

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